The Return

The Return

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Baker & Taylor
The Borg and the Romulan Empire form a deadly alliance in which their key weapon becomes the miraculously resurrected Captain James T. Kirk, and the crew of the Enterprise is called together in the ultimate battle

Blackwell North Amer
Veridian III: A world has been saved, the U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D lies in ruins, and one of the galaxy's greatest heroes rests beneath a simple cairn of rocks on a lonely hillside. But as a legendary Vulcan ambassador comes at last to the grave of his best and dearest friend, the adventure is only beginning.
For the Borg and the Romulan Empire have joined forces in an unholy alliance against the United Federation of Planets, and their ultimate weapon is none other than James T. Kirk, resurrected by mysterious alien science to destroy the Borg's most formidable enemy: Jean-Luc Picard.

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& Taylor

A sequel to Star Trek: Generations follows a deadly alliance between the Borg and Romulan Empire in which their key weapon becomes the miraculously resurrected Captain James T. Kirk, and the crew of the Enterprise is called together in an ultimate battle.

Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, c1996.
ISBN: 9780671526108
0671526103
Branch Call Number: SF SHA
Characteristics: 371 p. ; 22 cm.

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Manuel
Nov 02, 2016

If ever again I read another large print book, it will far too soon. This book is replete with so many errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation and hyphenation, breaking all the rules, bar none, that I’m ashamed to say that I read it: I wanted to see how the writers extricated James Kirk from his grave and if they succeeded in rehabilitating him. Apart from the disgusting production by Wheeler Publishing, Inc., who are ridiculously proud of this piece of garbage, the characterization and story by Shatner and Reeeves-Stevens are good, if stilted. That said, it’s yet another "cops-and-robbers" story in space, not really worth spending valuable time to read.

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